Myriad (Ancient Greek: μύριος, μυριάδες (myrios, plural myriades), "numberless, countless, infinite", is a classical Greek word for the number 10,000. In modern English, the word refers to an unspecified large quantity.
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... Myriad Editions was founded as a book packager in 1993 ... Myriad's flagship atlas, The State of the World Atlas, was originally devised by Michael Kidron and Ronald Segal and is now authored by leading international peace researcher Dan Smith, O.B.E ... Myriad Editions continues to publish award-winning atlases which map political, social and environmental concerns ...
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More definitions of "myriad":
- (noun): A large indefinite number.
Example: "He faced a myriad of details"
Famous quotes containing the word myriad:
“The true critic is he who bears within himself the dreams and ideas and feelings of myriad generations, and to whom no form of thought is alien, no emotional impulse obscure.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
“And before, with banner red,
Through the blizzard snow unseen,
All unharmed by hail of lead,
With a step like snow so light,
Showered in myriad pearls of snow.
Crowned in wreath of roses white,
Christ leads onward as they go.”
—Alexander Blok (18801921)